mBot 2.0

Overview

Getting Started

Advanced coding robot kit for STEM education

Powered by Cyberpi, this innovative and easy-to-build robot will inspire kids to learn, grow, and play in limitless ways. Complete with Wi-Fi connectivity and community boys and girls can step into the world of CS and technology learning utilizing precision movement control with encoder motors, expandable mBuild modules, and structural parts that come together in a unique programmable design.

Powered by CyberPi

CyberPi is a powerful and versatile microcontroller for education. Its integrated sensors, full-color display and Wi-Fi communication capabilities allow a wide range of applications on curriculum topics for Computer Science, Robotics, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, in connection with other areas of the curriculum such as Math, Physics, etc.

Precision Control

The encoder motors in mBot2 can be precisely controlled by their rotation, speed and position, making possible the integration of principles in Math, Physics and Engineering.

Enhanced

mBot2 comes with the next-generation of the ultrasonic sensor, which includes ambient illumination, and the Quad RGB sensor, which uses 4 color sensors simultaneously to detect colors and follow lines. This gives them more accurate performance and consistency. mBot2 can be further expanded with the Makeblock Education’s wide variety of structural parts and mBuild smart electronic modules.

Explore Fundamentals of Data Science & CS 

With both the powerful mBlock software and easy-to-use coding robot, teachers can introduce data science and computer science into classrooms and visualize the learning outcomes.

AI and IoT Learning Encouragement

Featuring an onboard microphone and high-quality speaker, CyberPi works with mBlock’s cognitive services to make speech recognition and text reading much easier, helping students explore advanced technologies.

Network Ability via WiFi

With the built-in Wi-Fi module of Cyberpi and mBlock’s cloud broadcast function, mBot2 can connect with each other or the Internet. Hence, students can perform a task together as a team.

A STEM-Inspired Programmable Robot Designed for Young, Hands-On Programmers


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